CNN's Arwa Damon goes on the hunt, not for big game, but the poachers who are wiping out Congo's elephants.
Dennis Rodman and several other former NBA players are on their way to take part in a controversial basketball game in North Korea on the birthday of the country's leader, Kim Jong Un.
Thousands of African migrants cram into Rabin Square in Tel Aviv, Israel, calling for a labor strike.
The Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival in China features an array of incredible ice displays.
Secretary of State John Kerry said the United States will help Iraq in its battle against al Qaeda-linked fighters in western Iraq, but stressed it won't send troops.
CNN's Arwa Damon traces the origin of the anti-gay legislation in Uganda.
Portugal football legend Eusebio, who was top scorer at the 1966 World Cup, has died at the age of 71, his former club Benfica said Sunday.
Acting at the request of the Australian, Russian and Chinese governments, the U.S. Coast Guard is stepping up to help break up ice off Antarctica that has ensnared a pair of ships.
Rival parties in the South Sudan power struggle will meet Sunday in Ethiopia for peace talks, an official with the regional group promoting the negotiations said.
The alleged chief of an al Qaeda-affiliated jihadist group who was arrested by Lebanese authorities this week has died in custody, the Lebanese army said Saturday.
CNN's Nic Robertson reports on Secretary of State John Kerry's latest round of peace talks.
Pope Francis called nuns in Spain to wish them a happy New Year and he had to leave them a voice mail.
The opposition Free Syrian Army is turning against foreign fighters in Syria's civil war, arresting some 200 outsiders with ties to al-Qaeda groups.
At least 14 people were killed when a building under construction at India's seaside tourist resort of Goa caved in on Saturday, authorities said.
Bangladesh has smashed a record set by Pakistan last year by forming the world's largest human flag, Guinness World Records has confirmed.
The Iraqi army shelled the city of Falluja for the second consecutive day Saturday in an attempt to enter the city and clear it of al Qaeda-linked militants.
A bomb from World War 2 detonated and killed one person in Germany. CNN's Isha Sesay has more.